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Daubeney Fields
Local action on climate change. Don't complain. Do something.
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ATM Apr 20
We're in a climate emergency and time of unprecedented environmental destruction and species loss
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Daubeney Fields Apr 18
Four days in and still going strong..
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Daubeney Fields Apr 15
Friends of the Earth is piloting a Happiness Pulse to see how projects like #10×greener can improve our wellbeing. Why don't you give it a go and see how happy you are? It only takes three minutes. .
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Daubeney Fields Apr 13
The grass on the Linzell Estate in E5 was looking really nice with pollinator-friendly daisies and dandelions and then one man came to mow it. 😥
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Daubeney Fields Apr 12
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Daubeney Fields Apr 9
Tree box with hole! A new design by E5 champion uses salvaged slates from skip to create airspace around trunk. Packing earth around base of tree can cause trunk to rot.
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Daubeney Fields Apr 9
Even a small gap between wall and pavement offers a nature friendly growing space. Seeding marigolds and sunflowers in London E5. .
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Daubeney Fields Apr 7
Over the last month we've saved dozens of saplings and small birch trees from being bulldozed by the redevelopment of the Daubeney Garden. #10×Greener.
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E5postcodegardener Apr 6
We'll be sowing seeds in the E5 streets tomorrow - marigolds, sunflowers, nigella and lots of wild flowers. Meet at garden at 2pm.
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Daubeney Fields Apr 5
Hi Martin. There's a group called Hackney Bumps looking to renovate the skate park. You can join them on Instagram. They're not on Twitter.
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Daubeney Fields Apr 5
Can't wait to see our new early years natural play park in all its glory. A great collaboration between , and parents.
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Daubeney Fields Apr 4
... and many people in coastal regions are among the world's poorest and unable to defend themselves from the devastation of climate change. As the recent cyclone in Mozambique shows...
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Daubeney Fields Apr 3
Good to lift our heads up from local and national environmental concerns and see the devastating impact of climate change on some of the world's poorest communities. We are all part of this.
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Daubeney Fields Apr 2
It's not just experts calling for stricter controls on netting hedges. Over 200,000 people have now signed the petition for a ban. BBC News - Netting to stop birds nesting: Call for new safeguards
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Daubeney Fields Mar 29
Sad to see the Cordwainers Garden go but it has brought much joy to many over the years.
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Daubeney Fields Mar 27
Replying to @10xGreenerE5
You have led the way and the way continues. Thank you for all the work you've done and yet to do.
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Daubeney Fields Mar 26
Two more birch trees saved and rehomed from the Daubeney Garden development. 10 more to go
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Daubeney Fields Mar 25
Replying to @WETRAE8
Pls send link. Tx.
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Daubeney Fields Mar 25
Telling the fascinating story of the Daubeney Mural and the flowering of 's community arts movement in the 1980s. An project by
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Daubeney Fields Mar 23
Netting trees and hedgerow is a simply unacceptable practice that is sadly becoming more common. It should now be made illegal.
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